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Male Fertility & Sexual Health

Fertility and sexuality are sensitive, challenging concerns for men and their partners. We focus on treating male infertility and sexual dysfunction under the expert guidance of urologic microsurgeons and urologists. Our patients receive superior medical care as well from sympathetic, committed advocates.

Our Services

We offer treatment for the following male fertility and sexual health concerns:

Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

Male arousal is complex and involves many different areas of the body working together – the brain, hormones, nerves, blood vessels, muscles, and even emotions. Men with erectile dysfunction, or ED, have an inability to get or maintain an erection for sexual intercourse. While occasional ED is fairly common, especially during times of stress, ED may be a physical and/or psychological condition.

Specific underlying health conditions could be what causes the problem, such as high blood pressure or diabetes, and treatment can reverse the condition. Some men suffer from ED because of an untreated psychological issue, like clinical depression. Treating the underlying cause can often improve ED symptoms, as well as oral medication prescriptions such as sildenafil (Viagra) or tadalafil (Cialis), and others. If medication isn’t effective or appropriate, other treatments may be effective, such as penis pumps or penile implants.

Low Testosterone

Also called male hypogonadism, low testosterone is often the result of injury or infection. Researchers estimate that the condition affects as many as 38% of men, yet only 5% of them seek treatment. Symptoms include decreased energy and libido, erectile dysfunction, and change in cognitive function.

Ejaculatory Dysfunction

There are four categories of ejaculatory dysfunction, including:

  • Premature ejaculation
  • Delayed ejaculation
  • Retrograde ejaculation (into the bladder)
  • Anejaculation/anorgasmia (no orgasm)

Peyronie's Disease

This condition results in fibrous scar tissue that makes the penis curved and causes painful erections. It is usually the result of repeated penile injures. Medication or surgery may be recommended to treat the problem and to alleviate symptoms.


Men seeking a permanent, effective means of preventing pregnancy may be good candidates for vasectomy. During this minor surgical procedure, the vas deferens are cut (the tube bringing sperm from the testes to the penis during ejaculation). This is a permanent, although sometimes reversible, form of birth control for men.

Vasectomy Reversal

Men who have had vasectomies, a permanent form of birth control for men, may be eligible to restore their fertility through a vasectomy reversal. During this microsurgical procedure, the male reproductive tract is reconnected. There are two procedures for vasectomy reversal, vasovasostomy and vasoepididymostomy.